Hash typically involves “ground” meat…well not when you don’t have that on hand. This is my take on a Chorizo Hash.
What you need:
A frying pan
2 Chorizo Sausage Links
1 Small Sweet Potato
1 Red pepper
1 Can of mushrooms I didn’t have any fresh ones 😦
1/2 Yellow Onion
A couple handfuls of spinach
1.5 Teaspoons for Garlic Powder
A few twists of Chipotle spice ( I bought this at a Marshalls after searching for it in every store possible..weird.)
Salt and Pepper to taste
I chopped up the onion and pepper first. I put about a tablespoon of coconut oil on a frying pan over medium/low heat. Once that had heated up, I tossed on the onion and pepper. Drained the mushrooms and tossed those on. Then I diced up the small sweet potato and tossed that in.
I attempted to de-case the chorizo…impossible. It was not working out in my favor so i simply cut it up into bits and tossed that on the pan. I turned it up to medium/high heat. Next up, I added the garlic powder and some salt and pepper. I mixed this up and to speed up the process of the sweet potatoes getting softer, I covered the pan for about 5-6 minutes, stirring frequently.
When everything looked almost done, I added a few handful of spinach ( I need some green) and then added some more salt and pepper and the chipotle spice. Once the sweet potatoes were soft, I turned off the pan and let it sit for about 2 minutes – why, I have no idea but it cooled off and made it super ready to eat.
I tossed everything in a bowl and ate it up!
So I can hear you saying, hey that isn’t “hash” like at all. If you want more “hash” like find yourself some ground chorizo (1/2 pound) or a sausage that easier to de-case. Just use onions and sweet potato and mush it up.
I prefer to add extra delicious veggies and I add spinach to everything…whoops!